How to find a Wi-Fi password using the Windows 10 command line?

How to find a Wi-Fi password using the Windows 10 command line?

Nowadays, it is difficult to imagine a person who does not know what the Internet is, but often most people can forget the password from Windows 10. In this article I will share with you the information with which you can view the forgotten password from Wi-Fi network on your computer with Windows 10 installed. With this method, you can find out the password from any Wi-Fi network, to which your computer or laptop used to connect.

If you forgot your Wi-Fi password, you can find it by using the following method:.



1. Open a command prompt by typing “cmd” in Windows search and clicking “Run as administrator” below the results.
2. In the command line window, type: “netsh wlan show profiles” This way, you will know the name of the Wi-Fi profile you are trying to find the password for.
3 Now enter the following: “netsh wlan show profile name=”WiFiName” key=clear” Don’t forget to replace “WiFiName” with the profile name you found at 2.
4. The password for your Wi-Fi network will appear in the “Key Content” or “Key Content” field.



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